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Around 10 months ago I noticed a small spot on the head of my penis. I was tested for all stds besides herpes and hpv. It's not herpes as it is still there. I had a biopsy performed and the results came back normal that it was not hpv. I was just wondering because I never really got a true diagnosis as to what it was. It was just concluded that it was an abnormal benign skin growth where hpv wasn't present. I was just wondering if anyone knew if I should just assume it is a Mole or a skin tag. During the biopsy the larger part of The area was taken. The part that is still there has not grown or gotten any smaller. I was just wondering if anyone has any other ideas as to what this could be. Thanks.
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